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Sustainable Products and Services



The smartest companies in these aspects, and to market trends, consider environmental management as a critical success factor.

mtm consulting s.r.l. can help you understand what are the advantages for your company resulting from the execution of a Life Cycle Assessment study. We can also support you in the realization of the study.

 

As for the Life Cycle Assessment mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • LCA from cradle to grave;
  • LCA from gate to gate;
  • LCA from cradle to gate ';
  • LCA for waste;
  • Simplified LCA;
  • LCA for the product / service environment;
  • studies for environmental impact compensation:

      - events;

      - products;

      - process.

  • obtaining environmental labels such as EPD (Environmental Product Declaration or EPD - Environmental Product Declaration), Ecolabel, self-declarations;
  • analysis of the processes for the identification of efficiency improvement opportunities also with the support analysis of LCC (Life Cycle Costing);
  • LCA and LCC for the identification of the applicable BAT;
  • LCA for Green Public Procurement;
  • Analysis of Carbon Footprint;
  • Analysis of Water Footprint.

 

 mtm consulting s.r.l. has developed high skills related to the Kyoto Protocol such as:

 

  • Carbon Management;
  • Renewable Energy Management and Finance;
  • Environmental Investments Appraisal.

 

 




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Life Cycle assessment (LCA)

 

WHAT WE GIVE YOU

 

  1. Life Cycle Assessment Study on your Product/Service;
  2. All that you need to obtain EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) Marking: Writing of PCR (Product Category Rules) and of Environmental Declaration;
  3. Carbon Footprint Studies;
  4. Water Footprint  Studies;
  5. Energy Diagnosis;
  6. Assistance in relationship with Notified Bodies;
  7. Services for Carbon Management;
  8. Services for Carbon Finance.

 

Training - See also Course Catalgue

We offer a Modular ONE day course that can be attended in the classroom or at the customer's office. - See also Course Catalgue.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

 

This service addresses all those companies that compete on mature markets and who have decided to orient their strategic choices towards a path for Sustainability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADVANTAGES


Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): LCA is a tool for the "Compilation and evaluation throughout the life cycle of the incoming and outgoing flows as well as the potential environmental impacts of a product system". It is, more particularly, to an objective procedure for the evaluation of environmental loads related to a product or a service, carried out through the energy identification, of the materials used and wastes released to the environment. "The LCA studies the environmental aspects and potential impacts throughout the entire life of a product (ie from cradle to grave) from the acquisition of raw materials, through manufacturing and use, to disposal." The analysis is performed on the entire life cycle of the product or service and includes the extraction and processing of raw materials, manufacturing, transportation, distribution, use, reuse, recycling and final disposal, showing, step by step, the influence of the various parties involved (designers, suppliers, distributors, consumers, ...).

The benefits for the company:

  • managing the environmental impacts associated with the product / service system (the supply of raw materials to final disposal and / or recycling);
  • reduction of management costs;
  • identification of possible technological improvements and management of a product / service and its suppliers to sustainable development;
  • acquisition of data useful for defining corporate strategies and identify the best processes / alternative products;
  • improved corporate image and commercial visibility of the product / service to professional users or simple consumer;
  • broad compatibility and synergy with the Management Systems.

 


Environmental Product Declaration (EPD): Environmental Product Declaration (EPD): EPD is applicable to all products regardless of their use or positioning in the production chain. The EPD is for information purposes only and therefore does not provide for minimum levels that the environmental performance of the product or service in question must respect.

The EPD, based always on the LCA, is emerging as an excellent communication of the environmental performance of a product / service tool, thanks to the drafting of a document that can provide objective and comparable information that can be used by the company to enhance the their communication and marketing strategies.

The EPD has to be verified and validated by an accredited independent certification body that guarantees the credibility and veracity of the information contained in the LCA study and in the declaration.

The EPD system is designed to meet the demands for reliable and comprehensive environmental information on products and services, based on the following premises:

  • provide qualitatively and quantitatively better environmental information allowing anyone to be able to compare between their products and / or substitute services;
  • providing credible information and quality controlled;
  • provide easily understandable information for anyone;
  • update over time the information on the environmental performance of its products / services.


The advantages for comapanies:

  • from the point of view inside the company, the opportunity to examine in detail the environmental profile of its products to embark on a process of continuous improvement;
  • from the external point of view, the ability to communicate to the public, in a transparent, credible, objective and comparable, the environmental improvements of their product or service and the actions taken to achieve these improvements;
  • It is a great marketing tool, especially given the increased sensitivity of the consumer to the environmental aspects of products and services;
  • the ability to export the EPD abroad, because the system is based entirely on ISO standards and also the EPD system itself is moving towards standardization at the European level.


The advantages for the consumer:

To have clear and transparent environmental information on products and services in order also to perform a comparison that will influence subsequent purchasing decisions.

 

Ecolabel: It is the European mark of environmental certification that aims to promote the market those products which have a lower environmental impact.

 

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SERVICES

As for the Life Cycle Assessment mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • LCA from cradle to grave;
  • LCA from gate to gate;
  • LCA from cradle to gate ';
  • LCA for waste;
  • Simplified LCA;
  • LCA for the product / service environment;
  • studies for environmental impact compensation:

      - events;

      - products;

      - process.

  • obtaining environmental labels such as EPD (Environmental Product Declaration or EPD - Environmental Product Declaration), Ecolabel, self-declarations;
  • analysis of the processes for the identification of efficiency improvement opportunities also with the support analysis of LCC (Life Cycle Costing);
  • LCA and LCC for the identification of the applicable BAT;
  • LCA for Green Public Procurement;
  • Analysis of Carbon Footprint;
  • Analysis of Water Footprint.

 

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Deepening Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)

The increased awareness of the importance of environmental protection and the possible impacts from products manufactured and consumed, and to services has increased the interest in the development of methods to better understand and reduce these impacts. One such technique is the evaluation of the life cycle, or Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).

 

The LCA is a technique for assessing the environmental aspects and potential environmental impacts associated with a product / service, through:

  • compiling an inventory of what the relevant (raw materials, energy, waste, ...) into and out of a product / service system;
  • the assessment of potential environmental impacts associated with what comes (raw materials, energy, ...) and what comes out (waste, ...);
  • the interpretation of results regarding the inventory Analysis and estimation of the impacts (on the ground, on the ground, on air, ...) in relation to the study objectives.

 

The LCA studies the environmental aspects and potential impacts throughout the product / service life (ie cradle-to-grave) from raw material acquisition, through manufacturing and use, to disposal. The main categories of environmental impacts to be considered regarding the use of resources, human and ecological health consequences.

The realization of an LCA of a product / service is, in fact, a process with the following features:

  • requires the involvement of company management;
  • it has specific objectives;
  • it is limited in time;
  • it is multidisciplinary;
  • it requires the creation of a stable working group, and then dedicated resources.


The main milestones of the project are:

  • definition of the objective (management team):


        - Product objectives;

        - Strategic planning objectives;

        - Public policy objectives;

        - Commercial and marketing objectives;

        - ...

 

  • definition of the working group and timing of involvement of the various corporate functions involved;
  • defining control points and analysis of work progress;
  • The Studio Release.


An organization may decide to undertake a LCA project for several reasons:

  • identify opportunities for improving the environmental aspects of products / services at different stages of their life cycle;
  • make decisions, for example, strategic planning, priority selection, design or re-design of products / services or processes;
  • choose relevant indicators of environmental performance with the relative measurement techniques;
  • market, for example through an ecological statement, an eco-labeling system, or an assertion of product / ecological services.


All the reasons listed above are still justified in the long-term objectives such as:

  • the acquisition and / or maintenance of a competitive advantage in relation to competitors;
  • the anticipation of social and / or legislative constraints;
  • the company's development;
  • the acquisition of distinctive skills in product design (and this leads, if it is consistent with all other strategic choices, to the achievement of competitive advantage);
  • customer satisfaction;

 

In general, the information obtained through a LCA study should be used as part of the organization's strategic decision making process.

The evaluation of the life cycle must include the following steps:

  • the definition of the objective and the scope of the study;
  • the inventory analysis;
  • impact assessment;
  • the interpretation of results.

 

The objective and scope of an LCA application must be clearly defined and be consistent with the intended application.

The goal of an LCA should establish without ambiguity what are the intended application, the motivation to carry out the study and the type of audience that is targeted, that is what people intend to communicate the study findings.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. can help you understand what are the advantages for your company resulting from the execution of a Life Cycle Assessment study. We can also support you in the realization of the study.

 
 
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Eco-Design

 


SERVICES

As for the Eco Design mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • LCA from cradle to grave;
  • LCA from gate to gate;
  • LCA fro cradle to gate;
  • LCA for waste;
  • Simplified LCA;
  • LCA for the product / service environment;
  • obtaining environmental labels such as EPD (Environmental Product Declaration or EPD - Environmental Product Declaration), Ecolabel, self-declarations;
  • support for the definition of guidelines for eco-design of products;
  • analyzing carbon footprint.

 

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Deepening Eco-Design

To design a product according to the Eco-design logic should consider the following aspects related to the life cycle of the same:

  • purchase of raw materials;
  • production;
  • packaging, transport and distribution;
  • use;
  • end of life.


For each of the stages mentioned above you should evaluate the following environmental aspects:

  • Consumption of materials, energy, water, ...;
  • emissions to air, water and soil;
  • noise, vibration, radiation, electromagnetic fields;
  • waste production;
  • ability to reuse, recycle and recover materials.


The new designed product should therefore be characterized by the following requirements:

  • production and use of cleaner;
  • lower content, in terms of quantity of hazardous or toxic materials;
  • increased amount of renewable materials;
  • increased durability;
  • increased longevity;
  • greater number of functions;
  • greater reusability and recyclability;
  • greater simplicity (disassembly, weight, ...).


The above results can be achieved for example by analyzing and keeping under control the following variables or environmental indicators of product:

  • quantities of waste and waste resulting from the manufacturing process;
  • weight and volume of the product;
  • amount of material from recycling activities;
  • energy consumption throughout the life cycle;
  • number of materials and components used;
  • sdandard number of components used;
  • time of disassembly;
  • complexity of tools necessary for disassembly;
  • number of recyclable components;
  • number of recoverable components;
  • number of reusable components;

 

The regulations that are typically referring to the Life Cycle Assessment, Eco-design and Life Cycle Cost and that, in part, have yet to be transposed into Italian law, dealing with different themes each other: waste, hazardous substances and gas emissions greenhouse, but they are united by the same principle; the principle "polluter pays". All in fact they lead or lead to the internalisation of external environmental costs in products / services.

This new approach forces or force companies to take account of environmental costs in decision making at all levels: from the strategic to the operational ones.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. can help you understand what are the advantages for your company resulting from the execution of a study of Eco-design. We can also support you in defining the guidelines for a "green design" of your products.

 

 

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The Carbon Footprint

On the basis of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), or analysis that permit to accurately quantify substances used and produced for the realization of a good / service during the entire life cycle of the same, from the production of raw materials and dell ' energy to its use and final disposal, have been identified computational methods to obtain more simplified indicators, compared to a full LCA, in order to show to a wider audience as possible that there are solutions to dramatically reduce the impact of human life on our environment.
 
Some of these indicators show for a product / service or a process, which is the total production of a particular pollutant or the total consumption of a valuable asset. One such indicator is represented by the GWP (Global Warming Potential) utilizato to calculate the general and known Carbon Footprint.
 
the Carbon Footprint, is the calculation of carbon dioxide (CO2 equivalent) produced throughout the life cycle of a product / service, and therefore the contribution that the same has in the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and thus to global warming.
 
mtm consulting s.r.l. operates within the framework of sustainable development for over 10 years and is able to support your company in performing Carbon Footpring calculations for products and or services..
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The Water Footprint

On the basis of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), or analysis that permit to accurately quantify substances used and produced for the realization of a good / service during the entire life cycle of the same, from the production of raw materials and dell ' energy to its use and final disposal, have been identified computational methods to obtain more simplified indicators, compared to a full LCA, in order to show to a wider audience as possible that there are solutions to dramatically reduce the impact of human life on our environment.
 
Some of these indicators show for a product / service or a process, which is the total production of a particular pollutant or the total consumption of a valuable asset. One of these is represented by the Water Footprint.
 
Water is a key asset for the development of human activities, and will be even more in the future. Also, unlike for example electricity is a commodity that can be accumulated or better maintained: utilizzandone a smaller amount will preserve the existing reserves. It is therefore correct to go and assess the sustainability of a product / service even through the consumption of water during its entire life cycle.
 
The Water Footprint arises precisely this goal, by calculating the volume of fresh water consumed, directly and indirectly, during the entire life cycle of the product. The Water Footprint considers how water also consumed fresh water that is polluted during the process, making it no longer accessible directly, only after specific treatment.
 
mtm consulting s.r.l. operates within the framework of sustainable development for over 10 years and is able to support your company in performing of Water Footpring calculations for products and or services.
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LIFE CYCLE COST (LCC)


SERVICES

An LCA approach represents a valuable support for decision-making in the following cases:

  • Accepting or rejecting a single project or the adoption of a new system: this is typically a project that will be implemented only if it demonstrated its efficiency in terms of costs. This is not to compare with each other alternative projects;
  • determine an optimum level of efficiency: is the project that ensures the highest savings. It is the most efficient in terms of costs (such as energy);
  • determine, among several alternatives, one that is a good way: is the project that ensures the highest savings. It is the most efficient in terms of costs (for example energy, maintenance, ...);
  • determine, among several interdependent alternatives, the optimal combination: means also evaluate different alternatives of interdependent systems considering interactions between the individual components;
  • order different projects, in competition with each other, in order to allocate a budget: it is the case in which they have been identified of projects mutually independent and efficient from the point of view of costs, but it is not possible to finance them all;
  • identify environmental costs and their drivers;
  • draft an environmental balance;
  • improve efficiency in terms of environmental costs and its impacts.

 

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Deepening Life Cycle Cost (LCC)

First let's understand the meaning of Life Cycle Costing and Life Cycle Cost (LCC) and Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA).

 

The LCC is the total of the purchase, operating costs, maintenance and disposal (end of life) related to an asset, discounted at a certain discount rate.

 

The LCCA is a general economic assessment approach that includes several economic valuation methodologies including: the Life Cycle Cost (LCC), the Net Benefits (NB) or Net Savings (NS), the Savings-to-Investment Ratio (SIR) and the Internal Rate of Return or Modified Adjusted Internal Rate of Return (UBI). All of these methods take into account the costs of purchasing, operating ones, those of maintenance and those of alienation of the property taken into consideration, within an appropriate Study Period.

 

Often companies have to make investment decisions, at different levels of complexity, as regards for example a product, a production plant or a building. Well in making these decisions it is becoming increasingly important also to consider the environmental costs.

 

Here the classical methods used for calculating the relevant quantities are recalled for LCCA without going into the details of their interpretation and use as this would require a lot of time in addition to the necessity of having to call up the theoretical basis of the valuation of investments.

 

These methods are:

  • Life Cycle Cost (LCC): projects with a value of the lowest LCC will be those projects with the highest cost efficiency. The significant costs that are typically considered in performing a study of LCC are:

      - Investment costs;

       -costs replacement;

       -value remaining at the end of the study period;

       -costs for energy, water, ...;

       -costs operating, maintenance and repair for breakdowns.

 

  • Net Savings (NS)
  • Savings-to-Investment Ratio (SIR)
  • Adjusted Internal Rate of Return (UBI)
  • Payback Payback simple and obvious: both of these measures lose some important information that make them unsuitable as investment choice method. They may instead be used as a screening method to identify alternative projects that are so clearly not justify economic costs in terms of time and costs that would otherwise be necessary to carry out an analysis of the LCCA type.

 

A LCCA can help a company to make coherent choices in terms of energy efficiency and environmental costs.

But above all, this methodology allows you to seize the opportunities. Often a new standard or a new binding rules are interpreted as a constraint to be respected more that is likely to reduce the freedom to operate the company. In fact the most careful companies have realized for some time the importance that you are taking the environmental variable and have acted to turn the attention to the environment into opportunities. Opportunities that will surely catch even with the new regulatory framework that is emerging.

Invest in products and processes with a lower environmental impact or superior environmental performance will not only meet increasingly stringent legislative requirements, but also to produce significant savings through higher operating efficiencies. Tools such as the LCCA to assess in advance what economic efficiencies can result from investments aimed at increasing the environmental performance of products and processes orienting management decisions towards sustainable development.

Finally we can summarize what has been said in previous points in a logic of CAUSE AND EFFECT:

  1. CAUSE: LCA through the study of the environmental aspects and potential impacts throughout the product / service life (ie cradle-to-grave) from raw material acquisition, through manufacturing and use, to disposal, It provides useful information to the company for the production of products processes and services with a better environmental performance.
  2. EFFECT: the company starts to become aware of what the impact of its products and / or services on the environment in a life cycle logic.
  3. CAUSE: the Eco-design, also drew from a proposed European directive, together with other directives, provides the principles and guidelines to be followed to design products with high environmental performance.
  4. EFFECT: the company is pushing, even from a new regulatory framework evolving, to internalize external environmental costs.
  5. CAUSE: The Life Cycle Cost Analysis is the tool that enables an economic assessment of the alternatives that can also emerge from the application of the techniques mentioned above.
  6. EFFECT: the company carries out an economic evaluation of the alternatives available to it, transforming the legal requirements, from constraint into opportunity.


mtm consulting s.r.l. can help you understand what are the advantages for your company resulting from the execution of a Life Cycle Cost Analysis study. We can also support you in the realization of the study.

 

 

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MATERIAL FLOW COST ACCOUNTING (MFCA)

mtm consulting s.r.l. participates in ISO TC 207 Committee WG8 since its establishment.

The WG8 is the Working Group responsible for drafting the standard ISO 14051 - Environmental management - Material Flow Cost Accounting - General Framework (MFCA).

The MCFA is a management tool made available dlle companies for the evaluation of the environmental and financial consequences of all'uitilizzo of materials and energy.

The MFCA promotes greater transparency of processes using materials through the development of flow pattern that tracks and quantifies flows and stocks of materials within the organization through quantity calls physical drives. Even the energy can be taken into account by including it in the unit or physical or separately. All costs arising or associated with material flows are subsequently identified, quantified and assigned to the flows themselves. In particular MFCA enables you to compare the costs generated by the finished products with the costs associated with scrap, waste, air emissions, etc.

 

The MCFA is a methodology that can be applied to any type of organization that is or is not environmentally certified (ISO 14001).

 

What are the steps to implement the MFCA that are structured more on the basis of the Deming Cycle: Plan-Do-Check-Act (P-C-D-A):

  1. definition of the boundaries of the system to be analyzed;
  2. define the amount centers;
  3. identify the inputs and outputs of each quantity center;
  4. quantify the flow of materials in engineering units;
  5. quantify the flow of materials in monetary units;
  6. interpret the results of MFCA;
  7. communicate the results of MFCA;
  8. identify and assess opprtunità improvement.


mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to support your organization in the implementation of a project for the application of MFCA model.

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ENERGY RELATED PRODUCTS (ErP)

 


SERVICES

In accordance with the provisions of Directive 2009/25/EC mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to provide the following services:

  • assessment of the life cycle of an EuP;
  • processing quantified ecological profile of the EuP;
  • proposed alternative design scenarios for the product analyzed;
  • preparation of the technical documentation necessary for the conformity of the EuP with the implementing measure which applies to it;
  • implementation of the internal management system;
  • draw up the declaration of conformity;
  • Support in the translation of the documentation in the language of the country in collaboration with native speakers with experience in the field of technical translations.

 

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Deepening Energy Related Products (ErP)

mtm consulting s.r.l. has many years of experience in providing services in the field of environment and sustainable development. In this area it is of great significance to the Directive 2009/125/EC on the establishment of a framework for the development of specific eco-design requirements for Energy Related Products.

 

 

The Directive 2009/125/EC

 

The Directive 2009/125/EC "on the establishment of a framework for the development of specifications for the eco-design of energy-related products" is configured as the recast of the previous Directive 2005/32/EC, already modified by the Directive 2008/28/EC, both today repealed.

 

The new Directive has several and substantial changes aimed at expanding its scope, incorporating specific criteria that allow equipment to improve their environmental performance, not only increasing the efficiency of the energy management used.

 

The aim is precisely to provide minimum standards for eco-friendly design, dedicated to specific groups of equipment, providing mandatory technical features and methodologies to prove their implementation, with the ultimate aim of guaranteeing a high minimum standard of environmental quality on consumer products circulating in Europe, that have a high impact on the environment.

 

This Directive is configured as a Product Directive and therefore every manufacturer of products that falls within its scope must ensure that what is placed on the market complies with these indications, affixing the CE mark on the product and adding to the declaration of conformity of the product also compliance with this Directive, demonstrating this conformity with the realization of a technical documentation file.

 

It is also a framework directive which therefore imposes general lines which are then integrated by disciplines of detail and completion, that is from the so-called execution measures, one for each type of product included in the Directive. Since the Directive came into force, they have been issued, and they will be emanated over time, various implementing regulations which incorporate the detailed execution measures. Therefore only the adoption of the parameters indicated by the Regulations gives the right to the CE marking; as for the other Product Directives, products that do not contain them cannot be placed on the European market.

 

The products concerned are all energy-consuming products in the broad sense, called Energy Related Products (ErP) and no longer Energy Using Products (EuP), that is products for which there are high commercial volumes within the union whose use determines and influences an energy consumption, where for energy we mean electricity, energy derived from fossil fuels and energy derived from renewable sources.

 

The Directive therefore intends for ErP:

 

  • Equipment that needs energy to operate;
  • Devices for generating, transferring and measuring energy;
  • Parts of equipment that need energy to operate and which are intended to be incorporated into a energy-consuming product covered by the legislation;
  • Products that have a direct impact on energy consumption.

 

The Directive therefore applies to devices and components that are very different from one another and with transversal functionalities, that refer the domestic or professional market: therefore there are indications concerning the single domestic appliances, like boilers or refrigeration systems, or generalized on the consumption of the equipment during their standby phase, or measures for components that can be purchased separately as electric motors or domestic faucets for water distribution, components that affect the environmental performance of a building or other appliance.

 

What the old Directive 2005/32 / EC on Energy Using Products (EuP) says


This directive provides for the "CE" marking and therefore, a mark applied to products sold within the European Union, indicating that the products comply with EU directives that apply to them. The letters "CE" are nothing more than the initial French expression "Conformité Européene" ( "European Conformity"). The manufacturer shall, prior to affixing the "CE" marking and sign the "EC Declaration of Conformity" must: evaluate the model of a EuP throughout its lifecycle based on the environmental aspects identified in the specific implementing measure, establish the ecological profile of quantifying product, evaluate alternative design solutions on the basis of the studies, prepare the technical documentation allowing an assessment of the product's compliance which EuP with the implementing measure which applies to it and develop an internal management system.

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mtm consulting s.r.l. follows closely the evolution of legislation (EU directives product and technical regulations) on the eco-design of products; This allows it to offer specific technical advice and training courses designed for the specific needs of the customer.

 

Moreover, the decades of experience in the application of the Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42 / EC) and the creation of technical documentation enables mtm consulting s.r.l. combines professional expertise from the different parts providing a high value-added service to its clients.

For further information in respect of training courses offered by mtm consulting s.r.l. you can consult our course catalog.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. has developed special expertise in environmental impact, product marking and quality processes, developing experiences, management and organizational products in particular support in the industrial and service sectors.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. can help you understand what are the advantages for your company resulting from the execution of a Life Cycle Assessment study. We can also support you in the realization of the study.

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ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION



SERVICES

As for the environmental communication mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • environmental report;
  • environmental product declarations (self-declarations, Ecolabel, EPD);
  • environmental reports;
  • External institutional environmental communication;
  • environmental communication for the launch of a new product;
  • internal communication.

 

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Deepening Environmentale Communicazione

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
In 1987, World Environment Commission and Development, also known as the Brundtland Commission from the name of its president, developed a definition of the concept of sustainable development that is now generally recognized. It states that "Sustainable development is development that can ensure compliance with the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

ECO-EFFICIENCY
The eco-efficiency can be defined as "the ability to: achieve both objectives in terms of cost, quality and performance; reduce environmental impacts and save high value resources.” [1]

ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTIG
The term "environmental accounting" assumes the following three meanings depending on the context in which it is applied [2]:

    • Environmental accounting in the context of national accounts: refers to natural resource accounting, which can cover at national or regional level statistics in terms of: consumption, capacity, quality and value of natural resources whether they are renewable and non-renewable;
    • Environmental accounting in the context of financial accounting: typically it refers to the preparation of financial reports aimed at an external audience whose construction is based on Generally Accepted Accounting Practice;
    • environmental accounting which aspect of managerial accounting: is used by managers to make capital budgeting decisions, for the determination of costs, for process decisions and product design, for the evaluation of performance and forward-looking to take strategic decisions
    • .

 


More simply, environmental accounting can be defined as "The management accounting practices with which to incorporate environmental costs and benefits of information in decision-making processes.” [3]

ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION
It's called environmental communication The structured set of information facing out. Environmental communication can also distinguish according to whether it consists of environmental communication, and therefore structured as an environmental report, or even incorporate the ecological dimension within wider corporate communication (for example, the financial statements in which the variable is included environmental). Environmental communication is mainly addressed to the outside to make known to third parties, the company's situation with regard to the ecological variable. [4]

ENVIRONMENTAL BALACE
It is a further source of information that third parties have available to analyze the health of an enterprise. The corporate environmental report is one instrument applicable by enterprises wishing to know in detail the environmental effects of its production activities. To achieve an environmental budget, they identify and quantify material and energy flows in and out from the plant and build descriptive indicators of the company's environmental situation. The environmental balance is a flexible tool: it can be considered the first step towards the development of a monitoring system and environmental management and can be used as a basis for the elaboration of an environmental report.

Why implement a corporate environmental balance?

  • to know the flows of material and energy inputs and output from its production process and improve its efficiency. to identify its own environmental costs;
  • to evaluate the opportunity to invest in more environmental friendly technologies;
  • to build a monitoring system that allows the subsequent development of an environmental management system;
  • to develop environmental communication tools aimed at internal and external stakeholders (staff, clients, citizens, public administration).

 

The Environmental Report is "an information document which describes the main relationships between the company and the environment, published voluntarily in order to communicate directly with the public."

In it the indicators are contained in:

  1. environmental management: evaluating their efforts in controlling the environmental aspects;
  2. absolute environmental: measuring, absolute, the extent of factors impact generated by the company;
  3. environmental performance: assessing the environmental efficiency by freeing it from the level of production fluctuations;
  4. potential effect: giving effect evaluation that could produce the firm's activities on the environment;
  5. Environmental impact: assessing the actual changes in the environment due to the activity.


The Environmental Balance sheets can be divided into two main categories related to the size of the company to which they refer:

  • site environmental budgets: when the data and the information relates to individual plants or production facilities;
  • corporate environmental reports: when information and data regarding the whole multi-site enterprise.


As the Social Report, the environmental is for stakeholders divided into:

  • politicians (national and international legislators);
  • public internal (management, employees, shareholders);
  • market (competitors, customers, suppliers, consumer organizations);
  • public and financial actors (local people, environmental organizations, workers' associations, the media, scientific institutions, insurance companies and banks).


Below are listed some ideas taken from a speech by Dr. Prof. Chiara Mio:

"The accounting system, in particular the reporting system, can not do without a hinged environmental dimension, not reconstructed ex-post, in the end, that is inspired by the twisted logic of" first do our accounts then we also say what's environment. "If it is so well understood that the environment is an attaché often unwelcome, driven by force. But the logic is reversed. the environment becomes a decision-making factor and it is in the information system. and then the environment permeates transversely all the accounting and reporting system. "

"There is a need for common definitions, to uniquely determine what environmental cost, environmental conservation, environmental expenditure and environmental investment."

"... The environmental cost is the cost of the measures implemented by the company or by others on its behalf to prevent, reduce or repair environmental damage. Not be covered by the definition of the environmental cost of fines or penalties paid later to non-fulfillment. "

"A savings in raw materials, which is definitely an environmental savings, which certainly improving effect on the environment, is a saving that I do not see in the budget because, being a lower cost, profit and not become it shows distinctly. So it is important that environmental accounting has rules to highlight what otherwise disappears and becomes useful. Because if you do not have cost you generate useful. So if you do not use the right tools for measuring, you may not see it pass as an environmental cost. the same the packaging, the same energy. I have no savings and costs. "

"... In ISO field in Stockholm we discussed how to make environmental communication and now internationally, it was decided to adopt a system that is to the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative)"


HOT TO USE THE ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLE AS STRATEGIC VARIABLE FOR THE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

Many companies do not take into account, during the business management processes and investment decisions, environmental aspects. One reason for this attitude is that, typically, the accounting systems do not explicitly show the frequency and consistency of environmental costs which the company claims during normal operation (going concern). Also, in general, these costs are not allocated correctly to the individual product or process that generates them. This could pose a great risk of making wrong choices in terms of the marketing mix (wrong of the product contribution margin assessment), capital budgeting and new product development strategies.

Moreover, often, to analyze the environmental costs, identify what are the activities that generate them, and delete them (eg. Eliminate the use of dangerous substances) also results in lower costs for the management of safety and health at workplace (eg. reduction in information and training costs, management and handling of materials used).

All businesses, regardless of size, can improve their performance by taking into account the environmental impacts, and the related economic and financial effects of their decisions and actions.

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[1] EPA - "Environmental Accouting Project" (2000)

[2] EPA - "An introduction to Environmental Accounting As A Business Management Tool: Key Concepts And Terms" (1995)

[3] EPA - "Environmental Accouting Project" (2000)

[4] Chiara Mio - "The environmental budget. Programming and control of the environmental variable "(2001)

 

 

 

Sustainable Development
CONSULTING

EMISSION TRADING SYSTEM (ETS)



SERVICES

Concerning the Emission Trading System (ETS) mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • emissions analysis and calculation;
  • support in communications with the competent authorities;
  • Support in trading activities;
  • analysis of the processes for the reduction of emissions;
  • definition and identification of BAT applied and / or applicable;
  • design and planning of intervention plans;
  • analyzing carbon footprint.

 

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Deepening Emission Trading System (ETS)

Deepening Emission Trading System (ETS)

 

That climate change is one of the most urgent issues both internationally and at the level of local governments. In this regard the United Nations, through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol have provided for measures to combat this phenomenon.

The Kyoto Protocol requires industrialized countries, during the first "term of office" from 2008 to 2012, reduce their emissions of six greenhouse gases to around 5.2% compared to the reference values ​​of 1990.

 

The six greenhouse gases are:

  1. Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  2. Methane (CH4)
  3. Nitrous oxide (N2O)
  4. Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)
  5. Perfluorocarbons (PFCs)
  6. Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)

 

 

Sustainable Development
CONSULTING

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT



SERVICES

As for the Energy Audit mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

Check Up

  • Preliminary analysis: study of the existing situation and the real energy needs of the system
  • Evaluation report: identification of improvable aspects or possible alternative solutions



Depth Study - "Diagnosis"

  • Detailed analysis
  • Report on the basis of which the analysis operational phase is planned by its investigation of the causes of energy dysfunctions through energy measurement methods (under "Diagnostics") and identification of opportunities for the company

 

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Deepening Environmental Audit

The energy audit is an energy assessment procedure aimed at defining specific measurements and performance monitoring and energy consumption, in order to identify possible energy saving measures.

Why make an Energy Audit?

  • Time of fuel price change
  • Not inexhaustible of energy sources
  • Costs for the environment


It follows that the use of energy must be "rational" to avoid waste and minimize the negative effects of such exploitation.

What benefit do you derive from an Energy Audit?

Rapid method which can lead to identify two different types of interventions:

  • at no cost;
  • capital investment (short or long term).


It has been shown that with interventions to "ZERO" cost is possible to reduce the power consumption of values ​​ranging between 5% and 20%.

Interventions can also be categorized by type of plant or energy source to whom they are addressed:

  • thermal plants;
  • electrical systems;
  • structural interventions.

 

 

Sustainable Development
CONSULTING

ENERGY CERTIFICATION OF BUILDINGS



SERVICES

The service offered by mtm consulting s.r.l. is dispatched in the following points:


  • Calculation of the envelope energy needs
  • Calculation of primary energy consumed net of self-production from Renewable Energy Sources
  • calculation of energy indicators
  • energy classification
  • Issuance of Energy Certificate

 

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Deepening Energy Certification of Buildings

The Legislative Decree no. 192/2005 introduces the "Energy Certification of Buildings". The energy performance certificate or energy performance of a building is the document drawn up in accordance with the norms of the Decree, certifying the energy performance and possibly some characteristic energy parameters of the building.

 

The energy performance, energy efficiency or efficiency of a building is the annual amount of energy actually consumed or are likely to be needed to meet the different needs associated with a standardized use of the building, including winter heating and summer, the preparation of 'hot water for sanitary purposes Toilet, ventilation and lighting.


Gradualness time Attestation of Energy Certification - ACE (Legislative Decree no. 192/2005)

01/07/2007 - Surface buildings of more than 1,000 square meters, in the case of a transfer for consideration of the entire property.

01/07/2007 and within the first 6 months from the contract - All contracts, new or renewed, the management of the heating systems or air conditioning in public buildings, or in which the figure anyway as a public buyer, and in the case of buildings or building units.

01/07/2007 - For access to the facilities and incentives of any kind, either as tax concessions or contributions paid by public funds or users in general, aimed at improving the energy performance of the property unit, building or installations.

01/07/2008 - usable area up to 1,000 square meters buildings, in the case of a transfer for consideration of the entire estate to the exclusion of individual units.

01/07/2009 - Individual housing units, in the case of a transfer for value.


Gradualness time Attestation of Energy Certification - ACE - in the Lombardy Region (D.G.R.)

01/09/2007 - new construction interventions, demolition and reconstruction of extraordinary maintenance or restructuring, Egyptian restructuring.

01/09/2007 - Transfer for consideration of the entire property.

01/09/2007 - For access to the facilities and incentives of any kind.

01/09/2007 and 01/07/2009 - In the case of buildings of public or intended for public use, whose floor area exceeds 1,000 square meters.

01/01/2008 - Signing-renewal contracts "energy service."

01/07/2009 - for consideration Transfer of individual units.

01/07/2010 - In the case of leasing the building or the individual units.


Sanctions

For the Director of Works: up to 5.000,00 EUR

For the owner, tenant, administrator: from 500,00 to 3.000,00 euro

For maintenance: 6,000.00 €

For the builder: from 5,000.00 to 30,000.00 €

For the owner: Contract void

 
 
Sustainable Development
CONSULTING

LAGISLATION AND STANDARDS

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) - Eco-Design

  • DIRECTIVE 2005/32 / EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 6 July 2005 establishing a framework for the development of specific eco-design of energy-using products and amending Council Directive 92/42 / EEC and Directives 96/57 / EC and 2000/55 / ​​EC of the European Parliament and of the Council
  • Directive 2003/87 / EC of the European Parliament and the EU Council, the establishment of an emissions trading scheme for greenhouse gases within the European Union
  • Legislative Decree of 25 July 2005, n. 151 "Implementation of Directives 2002/95 / EC, 2002/96 / EC and 2003/108 / EC, regarding the reduction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment as well as waste disposal
  • Legislative Decree of 6 November 2007, n. 201 - Implementation of Directive 2005/32 / EC establishing a framework for the development of specific eco-design of energy-using products. (OJ n. 261 of 11/09/2007 - Suppl. Ordinario n.228)
  • UNI EN ISO 14040: Evaluation of the life cycle - Principles and framework
  • UNI EN ISO 14041: Evaluation of the lifecycle - target definition and the scope and inventory analysis field
  • UNI EN ISO 14042: Evaluation of the life cycle - Impact assessment of the life cycle
  • UNI EN ISO 14043: Evaluation of the life cycle - Life Cycle Interpretation
  • UNI EN ISO 14020: Environmental labels and declarations - General principles
  • UNI EN ISO 14021: Environmental labels and declarations - Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labeling)
  • UNI EN ISO 14024: Environmental labels and declarations - Type I environmental labeling - Principles and procedures
  • ISO / FDIS 14025: Environmental labels and declarations - Type III environmental declarations


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Energy Using Products (EuP)

  • DIRECTIVE 2005/32 / EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 6 July 2005 establishing a framework for the development of specific eco-design of energy-using products and amending Council Directive 92/42 / EEC and Directives 96/57 / EC and 2000/55 / ​​EC of the European Parliament and of the Council
  • TC111X / Chair0027 / DC - March 29th, 2006 - Mandate M / 341 - Programming of standardization work in the field of eco-design of EuP
  • Legislative Decree of 6 November 2007, n. 201 - Implementation of Directive 2005/32 / EC establishing a framework for the development of specific eco-design of energy-using products. (OJ n. 261 of 11/09/2007 - Suppl. Ordinario n.228)


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Environmental Communication

  • Sustainability Reporting Guidelines [GRI]
  • ISO / FDIS 14063 Environmental management - Environmental communication - Guidelines and examples
  • ISO / WD 14063.4 Environmental management - Environmental communication - Guidelines and examples
  • UNI EN ISO 14020 Environmental labels and declarations - General principles
  • UNI EN ISO 14021 Environmental labels and declarations - Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labeling)
  • UNI EN ISO 14024 Environmental labels and declarations - Type I environmental labeling - Principles and procedures
  • ISO / FDIS 14025: 2006 (E) Environmental labels and declarations - Type III environmental declarations - Principles and procedures
  • UNI EN ISO 14031 Environmental management - Environmental performance evaluation - Guidelines


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IPPC-AIA

  • Directive 96/61 / EC of 24 September 1996 concerning integrated pollution prevention and
  • Legislative Decree of 4 August 1999, n. 372: Implementation of Directive 96/61 / EC on the prevention and reduction of pollution
  • Decree of November 23, 2001: Data, format and method of communication of art. 10, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree of 4 August 1999, n. 372
  • Circular 13 July 2004: interpretative circular on the prevention and reduction of pollution, pursuant to Legislative Decree of 4 August 1999, n. 372, with particular reference to Annex I
  • Resolution no. VII / 19902, meeting on December 16, 2004: provisions concerning the timing and procedures relating to the granting of authorizations "IPPC". Legislative Decree no. August 4, 1999, n. 372 "Implementation of Directive 96/61 / EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control - IPPC)." - Objective P.R.S .: 9.7.1. "Regional interventions for the improvement of air quality and air pollution containment"
  • LEGISLATIVE DECREE 18 February 2005, n. 59: Full implementation of Directive 96/61 / EC on the prevention and reduction of pollution


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Emission Trading System (ETS)

  • Directive 2003/87 / EC of the European Parliament and the EU Council, the establishment of an emissions trading scheme for greenhouse gases within the European Union
  • ISO / DIS 14064-1 Greenhouse gases - Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals
  • ISO / DIS 14064-2 Greenhouse gases - Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements
  • ISO / DIS 14064-3 Greenhouse gases - Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions
  • ISO / DIS 14065 Greenhouse gases - Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition


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Environmental Audit

  • Directive 2006/32 / EC on energy end-use efficiency and energy services
  • Green Paper on Energy Efficiency "Doing more with less"


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Energy Certification of Buildings

  • Directive 2002/91 / EC of 16 December 2002 on the energy performance of buildings
  • Legislative Decree of 19 August 2005, n. 192: Implementation of Directive 2002/91 / EC on the energy performance of buildings
  • Legislative Decree 29 December 2006, n. corrective and supplementary provisions to Legislative Decree 19 August 2005, n. 192, implementing Directive 2002/91 / EC on the energy performance of buildings
  • Regional Law 11 December 2006 n. 24: Rules for the prevention and reduction of air emissions to protect the health and environment
  • Regional Council resolution June 26, 2007 - No 8/5018: Determinations regarding the energy certification of buildings, in implementation of Legislative Decree no. 192/2005 and Articles. 9:25, I.r. 24/2006
  • Decree Manager Organizational Unit August 30, 2007 - No. 9527: Update of the calculation procedure to determine the energy performance requirements for buildings
  • Regional Council Resolution October 31, 2007 - No 8/5773: Energy certification of buildings - Changes and additions to D.G.R. n. 5018/2007
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The mode of data processing attributable to you will contemplate the use of manual, IT and telematic tools, with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated above.
The processing of your personal data is carried out according to the operations indicated in art. 4 point 2) of the GDPR and precisely: collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, erasure and destruction of data. 

3. Exclusively for what is referred to in point c) - Special categories of personal data processed 
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For this reason, the processing of the above special categories of personal data is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Art. 9, (2), letter a) of the GDPR that requires the explicit consent of the data subject (as indicated in point 1), to the processing of personal data indicated above for purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

4. Duration of the processing
The Controller preserves and processes personal data for the time strictly necessary to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
Exclusively for what is referred to in point c), personal data will be stored for a period not exceeding 24 months from their receipt or from their last update.

5. Mandatory or optional nature of providing data
The provision of personal data is optional, however your refusal to provide them or to give consent to the processing will determine, only for the Controller, the impossibility to process your data and consequently, to pursue the purposes indicated in point 1.

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The Controller may communicate your personal data to those persons entitled to access it by virtue of laws, rules, regulations.
Your data will not be disseminated in any way.

7. Data transfer
The Controller does not transfer personal data to third countries or to international organizations.
However, it reserves the right to use cloud services; in which case, the service providers will be selected among those who provide adequate guarantees, as required by art. 46 of the GDPR.

8. Rights of data subject
With reference to the articles 15 (right of access), 16 (right to rectification), 17 (right to erasure), 18 (right to restriction of processing), 20 (right to data portability), 21 (right to object), 22 (right to object to automated individual decision-making) of the GDPR, and to the art. 13 of the Privacy Code, the data subject may exercise his rights by writing to the Controller at the address above, or by email, specifying the subject of his request, the right he intends to exercise and attaching a photocopy of an identity document that certifies the legitimacy of the request.
For your convenience, the contents of the Art. 15 of the GDPR is shown below.
Art. 15 Right of access by the data subject
1. The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
a) the purposes of the processing;
b) the categories of personal data concerned;
c) the recipients or categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations;
d) where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) the existence of the right to request from the controller rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data concerning the data subject or to object to such processing;
f) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source;
h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Article 22(1) and (4) and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for the data subject.
2. Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, the data subject shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards pursuant to Article 46 relating to the transfer.
3. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. Where the data subject makes the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by the data subject, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
4. The right to obtain a copy referred to in paragraph 3 shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

9. Withdrawal of consent
With reference to article 6 of the GDPR, the data subject can withdraw at any time the consent given without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal.

10. Automated individual decision-making
The Controller does not make processing consisting of automated decision-making processes on the data processed.

11. Identifying details of the Controller
The Controller of the aforementioned processing is 
mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u.
Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), 
VAT Number 02994950968 
Tel. (+39)0392848437
e-mail: info@emtem.com  .

The updated list of processors and persons authorized to process data is kept at the Controller's headquarters.

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1. Origin, purpose e methods of data processing.
The personal data processed are those provided by you voluntarily:
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b) to request more information by filling in the appropriate form on the website,
c) when sending the curriculum through the dedicated page on the website,
and will be processed exclusively for, respectively,
a) to send, periodically, the informative newsletter containing also informative material, also with commercial / promotional content, of the products, initiatives and events of our Company;
b) answer the question entered on the specific page of the website,
c) follow the purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

Your personal data are processed exclusively following the consent given by applying the specific check on the website in accordance with Art. 6 (1) of the GDPR.

2. Mode of data processing
The processing of your personal data will be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency, protecting your confidentiality and your rights and will take place through appropriate tools and procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality. 
The mode of data processing attributable to you will contemplate the use of manual, IT and telematic tools, with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated above.
The processing of your personal data is carried out according to the operations indicated in art. 4 point 2) of the GDPR and precisely: collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, erasure and destruction of data. 

3. Exclusively for what is referred to in point c) - Special categories of personal data processed 
Among the collected data may be personal data included in the special categories, as in Art. 9, (1) of the GDPR, which are personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership as well as genetic data, data concerning health and sex life or sexual orientation of the person.

For this reason, the processing of the above special categories of personal data is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Art. 9, (2), letter a) of the GDPR that requires the explicit consent of the data subject (as indicated in point 1), to the processing of personal data indicated above for purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

4. Duration of the processing
The Controller preserves and processes personal data for the time strictly necessary to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
Exclusively for what is referred to in point c), personal data will be stored for a period not exceeding 24 months from their receipt or from their last update.

5. Mandatory or optional nature of providing data
The provision of personal data is optional, however your refusal to provide them or to give consent to the processing will determine, only for the Controller, the impossibility to process your data and consequently, to pursue the purposes indicated in point 1.

6. Categories of subjects to whom personal data can be communicated or who can learn about them as processors
Your personal data will be processed exclusively by employees and / or collaborators of the Controller appointed as Processor or persons authorized to process, in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, including with regard to security measures to protect and safeguard your personal data.
The Controller may communicate your personal data to those persons entitled to access it by virtue of laws, rules, regulations.
Your data will not be disseminated in any way.

7. Data transfer
The Controller does not transfer personal data to third countries or to international organizations.
However, it reserves the right to use cloud services; in which case, the service providers will be selected among those who provide adequate guarantees, as required by art. 46 of the GDPR.

8. Rights of data subject
With reference to the articles 15 (right of access), 16 (right to rectification), 17 (right to erasure), 18 (right to restriction of processing), 20 (right to data portability), 21 (right to object), 22 (right to object to automated individual decision-making) of the GDPR, and to the art. 13 of the Privacy Code, the data subject may exercise his rights by writing to the Controller at the address above, or by email, specifying the subject of his request, the right he intends to exercise and attaching a photocopy of an identity document that certifies the legitimacy of the request.
For your convenience, the contents of the Art. 15 of the GDPR is shown below.
Art. 15 Right of access by the data subject
1. The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
a) the purposes of the processing;
b) the categories of personal data concerned;
c) the recipients or categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations;
d) where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) the existence of the right to request from the controller rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data concerning the data subject or to object to such processing;
f) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source;
h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Article 22(1) and (4) and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for the data subject.
2. Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, the data subject shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards pursuant to Article 46 relating to the transfer.
3. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. Where the data subject makes the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by the data subject, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
4. The right to obtain a copy referred to in paragraph 3 shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

9. Withdrawal of consent
With reference to article 6 of the GDPR, the data subject can withdraw at any time the consent given without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal.

10. Automated individual decision-making
The Controller does not make processing consisting of automated decision-making processes on the data processed.

11. Identifying details of the Controller
The Controller of the aforementioned processing is 
mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u.
Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), 
VAT Number 02994950968 
Tel. (+39)0392848437
e-mail: info@emtem.com  .

The updated list of processors and persons authorized to process data is kept at the Controller's headquarters.




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